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The Hemphills of Springhill

We are pleased to add to our stock this book about the Hemphill family who occupied the same house in Springhill, Killenaule County Tipperary for more than 220 years and whose members were an integral part of life around Killenaule, Clonmel, Dublin and further afield. It contains many

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  • on September 21, 2020
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Going back to School

A customer came into the shop today to order her child’s school books and was highly delighted to know that we could cover the books for her in these durable plastic covers. She said “you should let people know that you do this” and I said I thought everyone knew alr

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We are open!

We re-opened on June 8th and we have been busy , so many of our regular customers have returned, it’s been great to see them again.

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  • on June 24, 2020
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March update

In these strange times we are endeavouring to stay open to our customers so although the physical shop is closed most of the time, we are taking phone calls and emails. Our online business will now include a range of paperback novels at bargain prices, all school books and stationery.

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Here’s Christopher Foran delivering his book Alvin the Unusual Owl to us today. A lovely story book beautifully illustrated by Philip Elliot #ChristopherForan#Alvin#PhilipElliothttps://t.co/RkHEqwcoVr

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Rare Clonmel

New book from local historian Michael Ahern. Rare Clonmel contains 384 pages plus photographs and is in hardback . We have signed first editions available.

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  • on December 5, 2017
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It’s school book time again

Time to think about getting the new books for next term. I know they’ve only just finished school but do it now and you can relax for the summer. Call in to us or email your list in and we will take care of it all. Go on you know it makes sense !

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  • on June 28, 2017
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